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Survey finds 14 per cent rated their stress level at the maximum on a scale from 1 to 10, and many seek solace in the internet.
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A new expo dedicated to the journalism industry opened yesterday in the heart of the city.
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Students say they felt they were learning better after a break during which they did things other than homework.
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After the Tsung Tsin Think Academy was shut down earlier this month for failing to properly register, about 120 pupils were moved to another campus to share classrooms with 170 others.
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This year’s impressive line-up included American singer and rapper Khalid, neo-soul artists Erykah Badu, British indie rock band The Vaccines, and much more.
The rapid depletion of Hong Kong’s natural environment has gone far beyond our ability to remedy the situation.
Turning Hong Kong into a green city might not be as far-fetched as it seems.
There is no panacea for climate change, but there can be an antidote to it - if we all practise green living ourselves.
Based on studies in nearby areas, doctor says local rodent population could sustain the hepatitis E virus.
The German teenage driver will stay in Macau for a ‘few more days until I’m transportable’.
The Hong Kong Committee on Children’s Rights is launching a charter that aims to protect young people from abuse.
The government says the rise is due to the city's ageing population and improving economy.
Chan Siu-woon tells us why he chooses film photography over digital – and why the form is making a comeback.
Hurdler Addis Wong turned stress into motivation and smashed his personal records.